My older brother early 50's receive Medicaid do to stroke, aneurysm etc. I turned in his renewal forms. I'm his unofficial caregiver so i get Medicaid also. What I'd like to know is would Medicaid look back through my back account too? I have a savings not much but a few k I... Read more »
Everyone who receives Medicaid will have their finances renewed annually. With the exception of spouses, each individual is reviewed individually, so your finances would not be considered in a review of your brother’s.
The son has the Will but is insisting there isn’t one because he doesn’t want one of his sister’s to receive anything. This sister has a copy of the will and names the son the executor with all remaining assets from estate, once everything has been paid to be divided equally amongst the 3... Read more »
I would suggest presenting the copy of the will to be admitted, with an explanation for why the copy is being presented. The individual with possession of the original would then have to present it for admission, or not object to the admission of the copy. On the other hand, a probate attorney...Read more »
My mother passed in January. We desperately need to sell our other property, but my mother's name is the only one on the deed. My father's name is on the land contract and they were married when my mother passed. I do not know if that works in our favor.
The approval of the inventory means that the court has approved the assets that the executor has identified. Then, after administrative costs and claims have been paid, the remainder is distributed to the beneficiaries/heirs, and an account is submitted to the court for approval, before the estate...Read more »
Sister in law (SIL) who also was named sole heir in their wills. No other assets except small bank account less than $1000 which was joint with SIL & used to pay house related bills. No probate estate opened. SIL has sold house. Is she obligated to pay any of Spouse's medical bills with... Read more »
If the spouse was on Medicaid, the State, in all likelihood, will have put a lien on the property, which would have to be paid from the sale proceeds. If the spouse was not on Medicaid, any and all medical bills will ave to be paid.
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